Because lawn grasses are crowded together and often in the same environment as other plants, they compete with each other for water and nutrients. As a balanced diet works for humans, the same goes for your lawn, it needs fertilizer for sustenance.
Properly fertilized, the lawn will maintain good color, density, vigor, and will not easily succumb to insects, weeds, or diseases. Underfertilized, the lawn will be considerably less attractive and much more susceptible to environmental stress and damage.
Call today and we can begin working with you to achieve a beautiful, healthy lawn.